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Minn.R. 71% Apr.23 Minn.B.
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CourtKings win inaugural MBL championship - Aug 22, 2016


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The Cedar Valley CourtKings knocked off the top-seeded Minnesota Rangers, 108-98, to claim the inaugural Midwest Basketball League championship Sunday at the Minneapolis Sports Center. Anthony James (6'0''-PG-89, college: N.Iowa) scored 30 points and dished out five assists, while five other players scored in double figures - Aundre Hicks (6'2''-G-88) (17), Lamar Wall (6'0''-PG-90, college: Mt.Mercy) (16), Alex Coleman (6'5''-F-90, college: Mt.Mercy) (14), Gage Heffernan (6'4''-G-92, college: Dubuque) (12) and Marvin Singleton (10). The CourtKings had lost twice previously to the Rangers during the regular season by three points each time. 'This group was bound and determined to win the championship,' CourtKings owner Gary Rima said. 'We had to beat the No. 1 seed (Dayton) Saturday night and the No. 1 seed from the MBL West) to do it. I'm so happy for these guys. 'If you look at it, it is the exact same group that started on April 1. We had no turnover. We stayed together, stayed dedicated through the whole season and coach Stan Hughes did a tremendous job with the guys.' Cedar Valley trailed after one quarter, 17-16, but a huge second quarter where the CourtKings scored built a 11-point halftime leader, 46-35, a lead it never relinquished en route to the championship. Singleton had 13 boards for a double-double, and Heffernan added nine boards. Wall had three steals. 'We played great team defense. The guys really stepped up against two teams this weekend that tried to go out and score 125, 130 points a game. Our defense really lead us,' Rima added. 'Everybody stepped up, really ... Alex Coleman, Clay Cook, Gage Heffernan ... across the board.' James and Singleton will represent the CourtKings Saturday in the MBL all-star game in Lincoln, Ill.
Courtesy of: wcfcourier.com   




Latrell Love
Rangers win opener; Flash blown out by Vision - 16 days ago
Minnesota 114 Lincoln Lions 1110 The Minnesota Rangers was in a dog fight with the Lincoln Lions. It was a back and forth battle all night long. The Lions a quick team and attacked early. The Lions struggled from the outside shooting 4-24 as a team from behind the arc. The physical play of the rangers proved to be to much in the end. the Rangers won the rebound war grabbing 23 more than the Lions. The lions were lead by RRobert Clamese (6'2''-G-91, college: MCC-Penn Valley) 26 pts. The R...   [read more]

Damien Lolar
Division Champs and 2 Expansion teams in action - 23 days ago
The Minnesota Rangers is back and has some unfinished business as they take on the Lincoln Lions in there season opener. The Rangers lost in the championship to the Cedarvalley CourtKings in the 1st MBL season. The Lions were a late addition and came up a game short from making the playoffs. The Rangers will be lead by last year's MVP runner up Rochester Rogers (6'3''-G/F-87, college: Missouri Valley), Dominique Dawson (6'8''-C/F-91, college: Ky Wesleyan), and Damien Lolar (6'5''-F-84, co...   [read more]

Melvyn
Little
Flash Defeat The Indiana Fury in the Season Opener - 27 days ago
The Kentucky Flash defeated the Indiana Fury in a back and forth battle. The Flash went up 15 in the 3rd quarter, but a hot shooting Fred Ford (5'11''-G, college: Arkansas Tech) helped the Fury gain the lead late in the fourth, but with 2:48 left in the game the Flash dug deep and ended the game on a 13-2 run to defeat the Fury. The Flash was lead by Devaughn Taylor with 42pts. 9 rebs. and 6 Ast. Melvyn Little (6'3''-G, college: S.Indiana) chipped in 34 pts. and Antwon Phillips had a game...   [read more]


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